The Devil's Disciple
By George Bernard Shaw
Directed by Paul Mullins
Begins July 2
In 1777, the tumult of the American Revolution continues and two unlikely anti-heroes make unlikely sacrifices, causing both Loyalists and Revolutionaries to examine the true meaning of honor. Shaw’s only play about America is a perfect piece to celebrate our Independence Day and New Jersey’s 350th anniversary.
Swindon: What will history say?
Burgoyne: History, sir, will tell lies as usual.
Don't miss the special “pop-up” exhibit!
In conjunction with the Museum of Early Trades & Crafts’ ongoing exhibit The American Revolution: Where the Battlefront Meets the Homefront, a special "pop-up" exhibit is now on display in the Theatre’s lobby. The display features Revolutionary War artifacts from the Museum’s exhibit, which explores the experiences of New Jersey residents during the American Revolution and how their lives were affected by the war. The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts is located in Madison; for more information, visit www.metc.org.
"The Devil's Disciple" is now an exclusive summer cocktail!
Joining in the celebration of America’s independence and great local culture is Poor Herbie’s, Madison’s landmark tavern restaurant located on historic Waverly Place. Ask about "The Devil's Disciple," the exclusive cocktail the “Devil’s Disciple,” a BBQ-cherry infused Manhattan created especially for this play by proprietor Dennis Mullins, Jr. Patrons who present their Devil’s Disciple ticket stub will receive 10% off their entire bill.